**Glasgow Warriors will be the latest side to try and put an end to Leinster’s imperious winning run in the Guinness PRO14 when the two sides do battle on Monday night.** \n\nLeo Cullen’s side travel to Scotstoun looking to continue their run of 22 consecutive domestic victories, having not tasted league defeat since a 14-13 reverse at Ulster back in April 2019. \n\nWe are running out of superlatives to describe the reigning champions, who continue to demolish everybody in their path, even with their international stars away at the Guinness Six Nations. \n\nThe Warriors will welcome back a number of their international stars for this one, with Danny Wilson looking to extract the most out of his squad as the Conference A leaders come to town. \n\n**What’s at stake?**\n\nEvery time Leinster take to the field there is a lot at stake, with the winning streak extended week on week everybody wants to be the team to finally defeat them.\n\nMonday’s hosts will be no different, with the Warriors looking to get their second win of the current campaign, after a mixed start to life under new boss Wilson. \n\nAn opening day loss to Connacht was followed by a comfortable 20-7 victory over 14-man Scarlets, before once again falling to defeat last weekend against Ospreys. \n\nWins against Dragons, Benetton and last weekend’s 63-8 mauling of Zebre have seen Leinster pick up maximum points from their three matches so far, and they will be looking for the same again tonight. \n\n**What happened last time they met?**\n\nIt will come as no surprise to anyone that Leinster took home the spoils the last time these two went head-to-head, with Cullen’s side romping to a 55-19 victory back on February. \n\nThis one was all but done by half time, with Ryan Baird, Dave Kearney, James Lowe and Scott Fardy all crossing before the break, with a Tommy Seymour score all the Warriors could muster in response. \n\nThe drubbing continued after the interval, as Baird got his second, before Lowe and Kearney both notched hat-tricks to round off a dazzling display from the champions elect in Dublin.